3 Little Known Tips for Helping with Sleep Apnea Research
By Roger Wembley
This may come as a surprise to you, but sleep apnea is more common than you think. Yes, while it might seem like you are the only one who suffers from sleep apnea, we"d be willing to be that at least a few of your close neighbors suffer from it to. Well, the information age now allows you to listen to thousands of different opinions and possible cures for whatever ails you. Sleep apnea is no different. Follow these three tips and you should be all set in your quest for more information.
1) Start with a basic search on multiple websites. Try the regulars like Yahoo, Google, and MSN. Try searching for "sleep apnea symptoms or "sleep apnea treatment." Getting multiple sources of information can only make your information quest easier. Some search engines are better for some types of information (Google seems to be especially handy for scientific searches) while others are not. Get a lot of different information sources.
2) Another great source of information for everything is wikipedia.org. While we definitely don't recommend trying to treat your sleep apnea yourself based upon the information you find (always see a physician, we aren't physicians and can't give a medical opinion), wikipedia.org is a good place to start looking for any information as it is "user edited". "User edited means that anyone can conceivably change the information on wikipedia.org. It's almost like a democracy of information presentation. It's definitely worth a look in your sleep apnea research.
3) Don't forget to look for information specifically on understanding sleep apnea. If you can't understand what sleep apnea is, you are going to have a tough time even if you follow tips #1 and #2 to the letter. Get informed and try to understand what sleep apnea is. There are a ton of great resources out there if you look hard enough.
About The Author
Roger Wembley is author of "Understanding Sleep Apnea."